D-Link’s entry into the budget Wi-Fi 6 space delivers on the fundamentals, but here are some shortcomings as well.
The AX6000 from TP-Link offers Wi-Fi 6 and lots of Ethernet ports for its mid-range price point. Keep your expectations in check and there's plenty to like here.
The Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 WiFi 6E gaming router delivers the fastest throughput we've seen, and Wi-Fi 6E support for future proofing. But the latest firmware has QoS issues.
TP-Link's Archer AX11000 Wi-Fi 6 router has the specs of a top-end device, plus an integrated 8-port switch. But does its performance match the price?
The Asus GT-AC5300 has lots of inputs and solid performance. But is this previous-gen flagship router still compelling in a world of Wi-Fi 6?
Asus' ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 is a high-end gaming router that delivers tons of features. But what about performance?
The TP-Link Archer A7 is a budget router that's a great value, although compromises are evident. There's no Wi-Fi 6 here, and 2.4 GHz performance is lackluster.
The Netgear Nighthawk XR1000 is an entry-level high-end gaming router with DumaOS 3.0, Wi-Fi 6, and Beamforming features for $349.
Asus’ entry-level gaming router gets the essentials right, with a combination of gaming-centric features in a compact shell.
The Asus RT-AX82U is a powerful mid-range Wi-Fi 6 gaming router with a myriad of features at a reasonable $229 price.
Today, we're looking at the Netgear XAV5101 Powerline Adapter, an earlier entry in the AV500 device class, to see how it fares against some of the newer powerline models.
Today, we're testing Linksys' AC1200 Amplify Wi-Fi Range Extender. Do good things really come in small packages?
Today, we take a closer look at D-Link's orb-shaped DWA-192 USB Wi-Fi adapter, one of the first AC1900 USB devices in today's market.
We're taking a closer look at Linksys' SE4008 WRT, an eight-port GbE switch with WRT-inspired aesthetics and an oddly high price.
How does 867Mb/s of throughput on the 5GHz wireless band sound? That's what Linksys' WUSB6300 promises, but can it keep up with more modern 802.11ac adapters?
For those looking to expand their home networks without having to run additional cabling, or dealing with weak Wi-Fi coverage, Tom's Hardware looks at Linksys PLEK-500 Powerline Kit.